American global RnB/Pop icon Omarion performed at Diamond Platnumz‘s ‘A Boy From Tandale‘ album launch. The show happened in Nairobi at the Kenya National Theatre.

Tanzanian superstar Diamond Platnumz is living life like a movie star. From the mega international music collaborations he has done with global music stars, to performing at global music festivals, the ‘Hallelujah‘ singer is living above clouds, literally. The singer held his album launch in foreign land, Nairobi, and it was attended by media personalities from allover Africa, Diamond’s family and a few music fans that filled up the Kenya National Theatre.

 

Diamond Platnumz and his mother at the event.

It had earlier been announced that there will be a surprise act at the event, and amidst his thrilled performance, Diamond welcomed Omarion on stage. The American singer with whom Diamond has a yet to be released song titled ‘African Beauty‘, performed his major hit songs to the already fired-up crowd that sang along throughout the night. The American singer plans on other major big projects with Diamond and other artistes. Omarion earlier while at the press conference stated that Africa will see more of him this year because he plans on other African collaborations with artistes allover Africa.

Diamond Platnumz and Omarion.

The album, ‘A Boy From Tandale‘ features 10 songs including collaborations with a couple of other international music stars; Risk Ross, Morgan Heritage and Ne-Yo. Also, it boasts a big inclusion of other prominent African acts, the likes of Davido, Flavour, Tiwa Savage, P-Square, Jah Prayzah, fellow Wasafi Records signee Rayvanny and Vanessa Mdee.

Having been signed to the Universal Music Group label, Diamond and his management forecast a very successful year ahead of them. We wish him the very best of course. You can watch the video of the performances below:

Josh Ruby is an Editor with high interest and knowledge in the Ugandan entertainment space, an industry he has been actively part of since 2010. Leads to breaking stories are welcome!

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